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Revision as of 18:33, 29 January 2011

Template:Infobox VGSackboy's Prehistoric Moves is a LittleBigPlanet spin-off game for two to five players that incorporates the PlayStation Move motion controller, which is required to play the game. The game was announced on November 18, 2010. It will be released on the PlayStation Store on December 14, 2010 in North America and 15 December 2010 in Europe. PlayStation Plus subscribers in Europe will be able to download the game for free beginning 8 December 2010. The game will also be included on the LittleBigPlanet 2 disc when it is released in January 2011.[1][2]


The players take on challenges engineered by Terrance Dactyl, culminating in a battle against Evil Big Rex.[1][2]


The gameplay is mostly the same platforming you have come to expect from the series but also ads in another element, PSMove. The player(s) run through regular platforming environments and manipulate objects with the material that glows purple. Unlike other Littlebigplanet games there are no collectible object but instead the player must collect 25 secret bubbles.


Due to the unconventional release of the game, Sackboy's Prehistoric Moves has not been widely reviewed as a standalone product. Greg Miller from IGN scored the game 6.5/10, describing it as more of a tech demo of the PlayStation Move's functionality, rather than a fully-fledged game. He also criticised the game's lack of lasting appeal as there are no prizes or costumes to collect. Miller did however say "If you have a bud who is as into LittleBigPlanet as you are, you're going to have fun" and that the game could act as a good demonstration piece for the PlayStation Move.[3]



  1. ^ a b Eric Levine. PlayStation Blog. Sony Computer Entertainment. Retrieved on November 10, 2010.
  2. ^ a b Alex Pavey. PlayStation Blog Europe. Sony Computer Entertainment. Retrieved on November 10, 2010.
  3. ^ Greg Miller. Sackboy's Prehistoric Moves Review. IGN.